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Hacking Wireless Access Points: Cracking, Tracking, and Signal Jacking

Jennifer Kurtz (Information Assurance Affiliate Faculty, Regis University, Denver, CO, USA)



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Syngress Media,U.S.
16 November 2016
Computer fraud & hacking
Hacking Wireless Access Points: Cracking, Tracking, and Signal Jacking provides readers with a deeper understanding of the hacking threats that exist with mobile phones, laptops, routers, and navigation systems. In addition, applications for Bluetooth and near field communication (NFC) technology continue to multiply, with athletic shoes, heart rate monitors, fitness sensors, cameras, printers, headsets, fitness trackers, household appliances, and the number and types of wireless devices all continuing to increase dramatically.

The book demonstrates a variety of ways that these vulnerabilities can be-and have been-exploited, and how the unfortunate consequences of such exploitations can be mitigated through the responsible use of technology.
By:   Jennifer Kurtz (Information Assurance Affiliate Faculty Regis University Denver CO USA)
Imprint:   Syngress Media,U.S.
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 191mm, 
Weight:   390g
ISBN:   9780128053157
ISBN 10:   0128053151
Pages:   172
Publication Date:   16 November 2016
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Chapter 1. Wireless Technology Overview Chapter 2. Wireless Adoption Chapter 3. Blurred Edges: Fixed and Mobile Wireless Access Points Chapter 4. Hacks Against Individuals Chapter 5. WAPs in Commercial and Industrial Contexts Chapter 6. WAPs in Medical Environments Chapter 7. Hacking Wireless Access Points: Governmental Context Chapter 8. Noncivilian Government Context Chapter 9. Summary and Call to Action

Jennifer Kurtz is a technology project manager, business development consultant, educator, and writer, currently focused on information security, privacy, organizational resilience, and marketing strategy. She has held appointments at Purdue University and Ball State University and currently teaches and develops graduate courses in information assurance at Regis University. Her work in telecommunications includes leading statewide broadband infrastructure and eGovernment initiatives as Indiana's director of eCommerce, building and managing the telecommunications infrastructure for Delco Remy International, and co-authoring a 10-year strategic plan for the US Department of the Treasury. She wrote the chapter on data leakage prevention for the American Bar Association's 2011 best-selling book, The Data Breach and Encryption Handbook, in addition to other publications and information assurance blogs. Her degrees are from The American University and Anderson University.

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